2014 Offensive Linemen Recruits Likely to Compete for Starting Role as Freshmen

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2014 Offensive Linemen Recruits Likely to Compete for Starting Role as Freshmen

The physical and mental demands of playing on the front line of a collegiate offensive attack can make it awfully difficult for freshmen to crack a starting lineup. Raw strength will serve you well, but if a coaching staff can't trust you to make pre-snap adjustments and react accordingly, a season on the sidelines likely awaits.

While the majority of incoming offensive linemen are destined to spend their first year on campus learning more about a playbook than live-action college football, there are a few phenomenal prospects prepared to make an early impact. We'll examine several members of the 2014 recruiting class who are clearly ready to compete for immediate playing time.

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